Soulstormer wrote:I don't like the idea to create a new article for each language. If I don't have to, please ignore me because I'm dumb!
With Joom!Fish I just translated my articles, but at all I got one article in the backend, with one alias and so on.
With Joomla! 1.6 I have to create 2 articles with the different tags, but they can't have the same tag. So if I want to translate anything, which just got a name, like company names I have to use a different alias. Thats kinda stupid, isn't it. Hate this for such a dumb solution...
rescatista wrote:ANYWAY, after banging my head back and forth troubleshooting on why I could not install the recent joomfish on joomla 1.6 is because it has not been updated for 1.6 yet???
rescatista wrote:Anyone? I'll stick with WP/qtranslate until I find a better replacement, I thought joomla and this extension would be it.
rescatista wrote:Pros for Qtranslate..
tabs for different languages on your posts/page UI when adding them.
Widgetized flags, etc.
and the UI can be translated on the fly by clicking on the language flags one has configured.
I am itching to try this though! Is it not ready for 1.6???
lafcadio wrote:Probably everybody will feel like this. Wouldn't it have been the most easy and obvious way to implement the multilingual support as a core feature of Joomla, to simply identify articles, menus, and menu items by the alias combined with a country (resp. language) code?
lafcadio wrote:And wouldn't it maybe in consideration of the 'optimizability' of Joomlas multilingualization support, be the best to make 'business as usual' (as far as possible) and adapt JF only as much as necessary for now to have a 1.6 compatible JF?
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